Our last academic day this school year is June 15th this year, but that doesn’t mean the end of learning at OLG and around our community! June 20-24th – Vacation Bible Camp June 27-Jul 1st – OLG School Camps July 11-15 – Kennedy Catholic Elem. Summer Band Program More Summer Fun HERE!
December 12th is Our Lady of Guadalupe Feast Day. Friday, Dec 10th our school celebrates mass together in a livestreamed mass with Student Council. Here is a special presentation from our Student Council from 2020. Mr. Casey and a team of helpers really put together an exceptional program sharing the story of Juan Diego and … Continue Reading »
Our annual event continues in-person this year. THE GREAT TREE will be lit again! Count down the lighting of our campus to kick off the Advent season Caroling, cookies, hot chocolate with our OLG Community Volunteer for Light up the Night Fill the sleigh! Annual St Vincent de Paul Food / Dollar Drive Fill … Continue Reading »
The 2020 Jog-A-Thon is underway! Did you get your headband at Orientation? If not please email our Jog-A-Thon Chairs Lissa or LInda. The Fall Jog-A-Thon will be held virtually! Here’s what that looks like. Between the dates of September 1st and 25th at a time that works best for your family, we’re asking students to get out … Continue Reading »
It is Good Friday, and Archbishop Etienne has another video for us all. It is also our last day of school before Easter and Spring Break! Here are a couple more family activities you can partake in. Gospel Reading and Reflection: “Good Friday: The Passion According to John” “The Great Three Days” Excerpt: Reflecting on Good Friday … Continue Reading »
It’s Holy Thursday, and Archbishop Etienne shares a video for us all. Here’s a few family activities you can do together: Make our traditional OLG Soup Supper Dinner together as a family… click the image for prayer and recipe ideas: Gospel Reading and Reflection: “Holy Thursday: The Washing of the Disciples’ Feet” “The Great Three Days” … Continue Reading »
This Holy Week you have the opportunity to celebrate together in community. Our 7th Grade class leads a “Living Stations of the Cross” for the school each year. This week they’ve narrated the stations in a new format: Tomorrow is Holy Thursday, when we have our staff usually hosts a “Soup Supper” for the entire … Continue Reading »